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IDEX Corporation hires Denise Cade as General Counsel

October 27, 2015
Chemical Value Chain

IDEX CORPORATION today announced the hiring of Denise Cade to the position of Senior Vice President, General Counsel, effective immediately.

Ms. Cade will report to Andrew Silvernail, IDEX Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Ms. Cade will be responsible for legal and regulatory matters as well as compliance, and environmental health & safety.

Ms. Cade joins IDEX from SunCoke Energy where she held the role of Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary and Chief Compliance Officer for the past five years. Prior to joining SunCoke, she worked for PPG Industries, Inc. based in Pittsburg, PA in several different roles including General Counsel of the Glass and Fiberglass Division, Chief M&A Counsel, Chief Securities & Finance Counsel, and Assistant General Counsel & Corporate Secretary. She started her career in private practice in Washington, DC at Hopkins & Sutter and Shaw Pittman, LLC. Ms. Cade holds a BA in Journalism from Marquette University and a JD from Georgetown University Law Center.

“Denise Cade is an outstanding addition to the IDEX leadership team. Denise brings a wealth of experience from her time in both corporate settings and private practice,” said Mr. Silvernail. “As IDEX moves forward with our growth strategy, we are fortunate to bring someone of Denise’s caliber onboard.”

Source: IDEX

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